Anger in tamil | How to control anger | anger management | Subconscious mind | Tamil

How to overcome anger and how to manage anger how it works in Subconscious mind in Tamil

Anger Styles
There are four basic ways in which people respond to anger:
• Aggressive
Anger is externalized, "turned loose"
• Passive/Aggressive
Outwardly agreeable, but showing the anger through indirect actions or sabotage
• Passive
Anger is internalized or "locked up"
• Assertive
Anger is appropriately managed and communicated if necessary

Skillful Handling of Anger
Neglecting our anger can be very harmful. Unresolved anger is damaging to our bodies, our
interpersonal relationships and our own psychological well-being, because unresolved anger
can leave us in a state of perpetual emotional arousal, or make us feel chronically helpless and
Acting out anger inappropriately is not attending to it and neither is turning it inward. In the
short run, acting our anger out in destructive or inappropriate ways may give us the illusion of
resolution by not having to tolerate such a difficult and daunting emotion. But if we make a
habit of acting out we put ourselves at the mercy of our anger, letting it control us and our

• Effective stress reduction and stress management
• Focusing on the areas in which one has control
• Standing up for oneself in a firm, but respectful way
• Setting appropriate limits and boundaries
• Knowing when to let go
• Confronting when appropriate and safe
• Avoiding when appropriate
• Humor
• Physical Exercise
• Increasing life mastery and satisfaction
• Building on one's strengths to address life challenges
• Realistic expectations of ourselves and others
• Emotional and psychological healing
• Exploring different perspectives as opposed to "tunnel vision" or rigid thinking
• Not personalizing situations and adopting a problem-solving stance instead

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